Natalie coughlin dating
Despite the swimmer's mother, Ike Lochte, earlier saying that her son only has time for 'one-night stands' and that he is unable to commit to a single girl because he's 'always on the go', the swimmer was alone as he left the Kensington club today.Lochte later attempted to clarify his mother's comments by saying she was referring to going on dates, but the swimmer is rapidly gaining a reputation for partying hard after letting loose at two of the capital's most exclusive venues. The two were spotted with another couple getting some late night grub after the Speedo party at Kensington Roof Gardens.Natalie Coughlin turns 29 next month, but even at that ripe old age for swimmers, she isn’t ready to acknowledge that her spectacular career is nearing the finish line.Coughlin first began swimming at the local YMCA when she was only 10 months old. Catherine of Siena School in Vallejo, for kindergarten through eighth grade, and then Carondelet High School in Concord, California.While in high school in 1998, she became the first swimmer to qualify for the Summer National in all fourteen events.“When you’re young, it’s actually a wonderful trait to have. She also expects to swim on the 400 free and 400 medley relays.
swimmer Nathan Adrian was getting pretty cosy with fellow American swimmer Natalie Coughlin. So we can assume they were drunk, but he should know she's married. Wonder what's gonna happen when her hubby finds out…
“Swimming, you’re in your own head so much you don’t want to add any more mental games.” To stay at the top of her game, Coughlin said she gradually has mixed more crosstraining into her workouts.
She now lifts weights more and swims less than as a teenager.
Coughlin, a former Carondelet High and Cal star, said she’s watched other athletes become distracted by the subplot of an impending retirement. Indeed, Coughlin feels entirely comfortable headed to her fifth World Championships — her first since 2007 — where she has won a record 16 medals since making her debut in Fukuoka, Japan, at age 18.
“I’m so calm, but I think it’s in a good way,” she said before leaving the Bay Area two weeks ago for a team training camp in Australia.
“I physically can’t really handle 11 water workouts a week,” she said.